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Keeping quality of market butter oil in comparison with samna

Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 24(2): 27-38

Keeping quality of market butter oil in comparison with samna

The quality of 20 random samples of imported butter oil from Cairo markets was compared with that of laboratory-prepared samna (ghee) during storage in metal containers for up to 11 months at room temperature. Butter oil and ghee respectively had mean fat content of 99.5 and 99.7% and moisture content of 0.47 and 0.30% and levels were not significantly affected by age of the sample.

Accession: 002646077

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